LGB and the emulators
Me, the Enterprise and my adventures with writing emulators
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Preface: This article was written long ago so some updates can be read in the last part. My first intention was to rewrite the whole article (which failed as I had not enough time). This may not be a problem as the events can be followed in progress.
Googling around the net in”retro computing topic” I happened to bump into the Enterprise in about 2000. As I never heard about this machine before (however later it came to my mind that one of my primary school class mates had had one and I had seen it for a minute) I started to read about it. Its smart hardware and software solutions seemed amazing at once, at least compared to most of the other 8-bit computers. Of course I wanted to try it too using my usual method, so searching for an emulator, as there was no real machine here. I had to detect that there were some problems here however I found the emulator called “Enter” and perhaps EP32 as well (I don’t remember any more), neither of them worked with my preferred operating system Linux. I never had Windows, the Wine (a Windows emulator-like thing) did not really run either of them. For some days I had been working with their source code but I realised that a better solution would be if I tried to write an emulator myself (learning more at the same time). I took a liking for writing an emulator soon however I wasn’t able to achieve a usable one (after the Enterprise logo had turned up it always freezed). But everything was my own work in this, including the (half ready made) Z80 emulation – I began to deal with Z80 at this time, I only had some thought about it before. The whole thing ran only in Linux and I never published it. By the way, its name would have been Xepem “X EnterPrise EMulator”. As from the above mentioned it can be seen, I hang out a little bit from the Enterprise community as I didn’t have an Enterprise (only a C64) long time ago, unlike most of the others who are interested in this topic.
A lot of things happened then, I found the Hungarian Enterprise community, the forum, I got a real Enterprise computer. (I am ashamed of myself because I haven’t really used it except for some short attempts – I am going to use it more soon!) But the most important thing in our story is that the EP128Emu was also born (it is also possible that it’s me who found it a bit late) which ran natively with Linux too. I would like to make clear: in my opinion the EP128Emu is the best and most useful Enterprise emulator. I would prefer to write a sensational review about my “attempts” here, I wouldn’t affirm that my works are as serious and usable (far not!) as the EP128Emu. As an emulator for general purposes I recommend the EP128Emu to everyone. My “first” unpublished emulator (Xepem) was not needed any more as the EP128Emu appeared. This also worked which was not a bit of advantage.
A surprising revolution is however that the JSep solution can be useful in other cases too.